Horse Racing

The 'Big Daddy' is back and red hot

BIGDADDYKOOL (Linton Steadman) returning to competitive racing after injury setbacks, gave racing fans a glimpse of what's to come later on in the season when he destroyed a good and talented field of eight Open Allowance runners to win the $1.15 million, Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup... Read More

Apprentice Daniel Satchell wants to continue family tradition
DANIEL Satchell became the fifth of the new lot of 21 apprentices to ride a winner.... Read More

Deal Marker goes to stud on a winning note
FOLLOWING Deal Marker's win in a claiming ($550,000-$500,000) event for three-year-olds and upward that included native-bred four-year-olds and upward non-winners of four on Saturday, trainer Fitzroy Glispie informed that the chestnut filly is off to...... Read More

BLUE MOON SHINES AGAINTrainer Fitznahum Williams is to be commended for his conditioning skills with Blue Moon, as the chestnut mare completed a quick double at Caymanas Park last Saturday.... Read More

Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup Breakfast – A smashing success

Tuesday, October, 16 2018    

THEY came out in their numbers to be feted at the Gold Cup Breakfast on Friday, October 12, at morning exercise at Caymanas Park, the day before the running of the Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup.Of course, the Supreme Racing Guide was there. Read More


Tuesday, October, 16 2018    

After a scintillating run by Will In Charge ridden by Robert Halledeen and trained by Robert Pearson, to win the Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup on Saturday last at Caymanas Park, the prestigious trophy was presented to Lorna Bagwandeen — representing the owner of the winner W B Racing... Read More

Performance analysis for Saturday, October 13, 2018

BY WES MARTIN Contributor | Tuesday, October, 16 2018    


Corazon – one to watch

Tuesday, October, 16 2018    

ANY assessment of Corazon is early, however, based on preliminary signals, this two-year-old bay filly seems to have more than just normal ability and is certainly one to watch. Read More

Bigdaddykool a firm fancy for Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Monday, October, 15 2018    

Despite not having raced in 107 days due to injury setbacks, Bigdaddykool should be more than comfortable on his return to brush aside rivals in the $1.15-million Nigel B Nunes Memorial Cup feature at Caymanas Park... Read More

Exotic Wagers

Monday, October, 15 2018    

Sunrise 6 (Races 2-7)Race 2) Little Big HornRace 3) Uncle Vinnie/SubbieRace 4) Helena/TransfusionRace 5) Graydon/Bad Boy Trump/Son SonRace 6) Princess AnnieRace 7) Genuine Article/Fearless Samurai/Speedy Process/Man In Blue/Awesome Read More

WILL large and totally in charge

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Sunday, October, 14 2018    

Readers of last Friday's (October 12, 2018) Supreme Racing Guide would have noticed that only one photograph was used on the front page of the publication. That photo was of Will In Charge with jockey Robert Halledeen. Read More

A little luck needed in Gold Cup – Anthony Nunes

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 12 2018    

With the presence of the reigning Horse of the Year in the Cal's Tomato Ketchup Gold Cup, trainer Anthony Nunes is hoping for some racing luck for his charges Siempre Bueno and Houdini's Magic when the race unfolds tomorrow. Read More

Will In Charge gets the nod but only just

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, October, 12 2018    

THE battle for dominance of horse racing's centre stage in Jamaica looms in the Cal's Tomato Ketchup between a gelding, Will In Charge, and a filly, the well-decorated She's A Maneater. Read More

Peking Cruz a top-class sprinter in the making

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Friday, October, 12 2018    

WITHOUT a doubt, Peking Cruz is one of the most improved horses in training. He has darted up to the top class in a flash and quite spectacularly. Read More

'I took my time to learn' – apprentice Shavon Townsend

BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer | Friday, October, 12 2018    

SHAVON Townsend became the third apprentice who recently graduated from the Jamaica Racing Commission Jockey's School to win a race when he piloted home Laguna Point i n the fourth on Saturday. Read More


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